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  2. Divers Ways.

    "FOUND at last!" Ashley exclaimed gaily. He was greatly relieved to find Adine, for, though they had guessed that Roany would make for his old home, they were very anxious ...

    Article : 1,968 words
  3. CHILDREN'S CORNER

    OUT in the scrub where the wattle blooms And the wallaby roams at ease; Out in the scrub where the wonga calls, Perched up in the lightwood trees; ...

    Article : 256 words
  4. Sadies Column

    OF all outdoor pastimes in which ladies and gentlemen can alike take part, the noble sport of archery is incontestably the most ancient and the most thoroughly English, and, being ...

    Article : 1,028 words
  5. A Growler.

    HE is a boy fourteen years old, with brown eyes and wavy brown hair, which he says is prettier than any of his sisters' hair. He has strong hands, and a rough voice when he is ...

    Article : 905 words
  6. Music.

    IT is no fault of mine that these "Echoes" of matters musical did not appear last week. My editor informed me I could take a holiday and go—to the show. I am sure he meant it ...

    Article : 1,782 words
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